UK airliner Jet 2 has confirmed that it will no longer ask customers to wear face masks while on board flights.
The airliner is the first to make such an announcement, saying that the change was made following the UK's decision to drop masking as a guideline.
"It's no longer a legal requirement to wear a face mask at our airports or onboard our planes," Jet 2 said in a statement.
"However, as per UK Government guidance, we recommend that you continue to wear a face mask in these spaces, and you will need to wear one when you get to your overseas destination."
The UK's prime minister Boris Johnson made the announcement that all Covid policies would be dropped, including face masks, last month.
According to The Sun, customers traveling from Scotland aged six and over still must wear masks.